I'm just going to add a few things here.
Second, I'm not entirely sure how you are setting up your blogs, but I would strongly recommend against doing the "1-click install" of WordPress or however it is branded through GoDaddy and other hosting providers. Download the code from wordpress.org
, upload and configure yourself. Then do all of the security steps.
Doing this will protect you from most attacks, and if you are still attacked, you at least have backups so that you will be saved.
On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 18:12, Chris Lang <[address removed]>
Joshua, Let's just agree that we disagree and drop this, we are both right OK?
Let's not waste more time on this than we have.
And NO, since I feed my kids and keep a roof over their heads with what I make online, no I can't really afford to waste money or more time on this. I simply requested that maybe GoDadday could take a moment to reassure us hosting there is now a little more secure.
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